here. we're at the peek of high pressure. we can tell this because we can see how high the ridge of high pressure goes up to the north. when it gets shoved up to the north, right north of us, it's at its peek. when it's at its strongest, we're going to get an offshore wind. as opposed to the cool pacific ocean, we get warmer. we went from 60 yesterday to 70 today. we'll stay that way for friday and saturday as that wind will continue to come out of the northeast. then things begin to change. if you like winter-like weather, this is for you. by sunday, high pressure moves to the south. same dome of high pressure, but we are getting an on shore wind coming off the cool, pacific ocean. 52 degrees is the temperature. likely on president's day, we aren't going to hit 60 degrees. after that, here comes the first of many fronts, which will give us rain fall, perhaps steady, soaking rain fall by the middle of next week. we have tomorrow, we have saturday with temperatures close to 70. then we begin to cool off, but stay dry on sunday and monday.